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Oct 10, 2013 11:00pm PDT
at a little issue known as immigration reform. asive mandvi reports. >> some members of the house think that it's time for congress to finally enact sweeping immigration reform. going so far as to get arrested for the causement but calmer voices have some reasonable concerns. immigration expert dennis michael lynch. >> there are people who are coming here who want to come to cut your lawn and have a better life. but there are people who want to cut your throat. >> yes, not just one type of illegal immigrant, there are two. >> an they're impossible to tell apparent. >> in the event that amnesty is illegal, then what happens to america, we could find ourselve with another 9/11. >> okay. listen, stop soft selling, give it to me straight. >> we could suffer another 9/11, some of them have machine gun, other ones have big huge packages in the way of drugs, your daughter or my daughter is being raped by a gang of thugs. >> i don't want by kids getting hit by anybody who is driving a car drunk, especially somebody who shouldn't be here, without doesn't have a licence. >> right. but if your kid
Al Jazeera America
Oct 11, 2013 10:00pm EDT
at ♪ >>> bbipartisan immigration reform seemed like a sure thing a few months ago. of after the sens senate approve bill it's being stalled. >>> unusual ways the government shutdown is affecting americans. we'll hear from three people that are facing different but real crisis. >>> comic books go to war. the number of comic book journalists who are caught behind the line of conflicts. >>> we begin with immigration. as the government focuses on shutdown comprehensive reform is on the back burner. people around the country are trying to bring the issue back to the forefront. we are seeing the year is ending and the government is shut and they have been shutting down immigration reform for months already. >> prprotestor joined in protesting to take up the immigration bill. >> we are tired and done and we don't want to wait anymore. we want immigration reform this year and we want it now. >> every human being deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. it's time for the u.s. government to stop the deportation and the separation of families. >> the government shutdown and the
Al Jazeera America
Oct 11, 2013 5:30pm EDT
undocumented immigrants. passed in june now gutierrez wants action in the house. >> let's make sure we understand this is a work in progress. >> what about the golf t government shut down and washington's partisan politics? >> there are 200 plus republicans who wouldn't agree with barack obama if darkness befell and he had light. >> and to the halls of congress. >> i went to finance my first campaign. >> congressman pleuz gutierrez is our guest on talk to al jazeera. >> congressman welcome to talk to al jazeera. >> pleasure to be with you david. >> at the time of budget fights, students with mounting debt, agriculture issues, that can't get sofd wh solved why is it so important to solve immigration are reform? >> if you read the editorial commentary on immigration it is almost like they're plagiarizing each other. they are not. they are just together. the u.s. congress and the afl-cio, they fight to the death, they're together they've reached an agreement. cesar chavez put together the farm workers. the farm workers union organized by cesar chavez over 40 years ago, have reached an agr
Oct 12, 2013 10:00pm EDT
discusses his journey from cabdrivers to community organizer to legal charge for immigration reform at the u.s. house of representatives. the program is about an hour. >> host: congressman get to see you. let's have a conversation between two puerto ricans a liberal and conservative but we share a love for puerto rico in weird both committed to immigration reform. i found the book fascinating. it's great storytelling. you have a great sense of humor. humor. there are some fantastic and it notes here and i recommend everyone should read this book. and latino or non-latino it's a fabulous book. as i read it to things came to mind identity and empowerment to words that describe luis gutierrez. a commitment to your latino roots in your puerto rican identity and a commitment to empower the latino community. is that an assessment of who you are? >> guest: yeah. we try to describe to the reader why is it that luis gutierrez has a vocation for immigration and immigration reform? why has he made that a priority? as you read the book he began to understand that my mom and dad left nothing in puerto ri
Oct 13, 2013 9:00pm EDT
share a love for puerto rico. we share a love for immigrants. we are committed to immigration reform. i found the book fascinating. a great story telling. you have a great sense of humor. there's some fantastic ante-dote here. i strongly recommend everyone should read this book. t a fabulous book. now as i read it, two words came to mind. identity and empowerment. two words that describe lewis. a commitment to your roots, and commitment to empower the latino community. is that a fair assessment of who you are? >> guest: i think we try describe to the reader what is that is a vocation for immigration and immigration reform? why has he made that a priority? and if you read the book, you begin to understand my mom and dad had nothing in portiÈre tow. they had nothing. they no future. it was very sad. they had gone to grade school and came to america without a coat, without language skills, without -- nothing except desire. as immigrants don't come to the country. they are puerto rican. every other aspect they had to confront. they came in '52. in new york 60 years ago the headline in new
Oct 8, 2013 5:30am PDT
in luxembourg at a meeting today. italy and others have been calling for reform of immigration rules. they currently deal with migrant solely on the country of arrival. >> remembering the victims of the lampedusa boat disaster, this vigil was organized by members of the italian parliament. they want action to be taken at the eu level to help countries like there's deal with the influx of migrants. but we want first to remember the victims. -- >> we want first to remember the victims, but also to look to the future and we want europe to provide solutions for this as it is not possible for just one country to deal with this on its own. >> inside the chamber, the parliament president martin scholz began with a moment of silence. when we talk -- >> what we talk about illegal paragraphs, we are talking about things that are quite extraordinary. i cannot believe that the fishermen were being threatened with prosecution for helping the illegal immigrants. >> italy and others have called for changes to the so-called dublin regulation that that -- that governs immigration into the european un
Oct 14, 2013 12:00am EDT
from cabdriver to community organizer to leading the charge for immigration reform in the u.s. house of representatives. the program is about an hour. >> host: congressman, good to see you. let's have a conversation between two puerto ricans, a liberal and conservative. we share a love for immigrants committed to immigration reform. i found the book fascinating. there's great storytelling. you have a great sense of humor. it is fantastic anecdotes and i recommend everyone should read this book. latino or non-latino it is a fabulous book. now, if i read this, too words came to mind. identity and in power meant. two words that describe live is gutierez to the latino routes and puerto rican identity and a commitment to in power the community it is a fair assessment of who you are. >> we try to describe to the reader why is it that louis gutierez has made that a pretty? and as you read the book, you begin to understand that my mom and dad had nothing in puerto rico. they had no future. they had gone to great school and then they came to america without a coat, without language s
Al Jazeera America
Oct 8, 2013 9:00pm EDT
. >>> coming up here on "america tonight" immigrations and long lines and why some families are waiting decades for their piece of the american dream. millions who need assistance now. we appreciate you spending time with us tonight. >>> up next is the golden age of hollywood going golden but elsewhere. why l.a.'s mayor has declared a state of emergency for the entertainment industry there. next. ♪ >>> and now a snapshot of stories that are making headlines on "america tonight." a morning scramble at school bus stops in boston after hundreds of school bus drivers walked off of their jobs following contract terms and the police started a shuttle program for the 33,000 stranded students, a federal judge made a return to normal bus roots unlikely. >>> the president has chosen a nominee for the next leader of the federal reserve, currently the vice chair of the central bank, janet yellen who will succeed chairman ben bernanke. >>> the national mall was open for an immigration reform rally and the march, the police say, ended with 200 arrests including several democratic congressmen charged with c
Oct 8, 2013 5:00pm PDT
of immigration reform. they -- demand momentum on a bill affecting millions of immigrants. we take you to the rally later in today's show. it is tuesday, october 8, 5:00 p.m. in washington, d.c. we begin with the supreme court, which is beginning its new term with a case that could further open the door to unlimited money in american elections. the cases mccutchen versus the federal elections commission, with mccutchen arguing that limits on how much an individual can spend in total donating to political campaigns every two years is a restriction on their first amendment rights to free speech. currently it is regulated how much money can be directly handed over to political candidates. every two years you can only give at most $2600 to anyone political candidate. you can only give that most $32,400 to anyone national party committee. limits also exist on aggregate contributions, limiting an individual from donating more than 48,006 hundred dollars to the totality of candidates here she supports and $74,600 to the totality of party committees here she supports. that means the federal el
Oct 8, 2013 6:00pm EDT
. the purpose of the protest is not the government shutdown. it is all about immigration. we are on the national mall with that story. hereu can see cruise back where the rally took place. immigration is the central theme with the shutdown playing a supporting role. but let me tell you, they are not getting along. >> is this really the moment a gecko -- the moment? >> willing to be arrested just to send a message. >> we have paid attention to the urgency this matter has. >> one of several protesters was arrested as he tried to walk past a restricted area on capitol grounds. the civil disobedience was only a small sacrifice compared to other families in this country. to fix this broken system. >> there are hopes that congress can still hashed out a deal. he believes the bipartisan votes are there. senator bob menendez, a democrat from new jersey, was part of the gang of eight in the senate, the body that pass an immigration bill. but up until today, the house has not done much with immigration. and even with a shutdown, the promise of immigration reform cannot end in the house. is have ay have to
Oct 15, 2013 4:00am PDT
's cover story...has the friction in congress caused a setback for the jobs recovery... plus...immigration reform is on the back burner...but not for long. what one congressman has to say about future of the legislation. and...stocks and the to make money off the congressional blip. first business starts now! you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas good morning! it's tuesday, october 15th. i'm angela miles. in today's first look: it's crunch time! there are now just 2 days left before our nation reaches its debt limit and can no longer afford to pay its bill. stocks raced higher on hopes a deal will happen before the deadline. the dow rallied 64 points, the nasdaq 23 and the s&p 7. gold fell 4 dollars and oil drifted 24 cents lower. coldwater creek reportedly is evaluating its options in what the ceo calls a "challenging" retail environment. shares of the women's clothing store closed last a $1.26. south dakota is reeling from a sudden ice and snow storm that wiped out thousand of cattle. ranchers are still trying to get the exa
Oct 8, 2013 12:00am PDT
something is going to get done on immigration reform. we keep asking what it's going to take to get something on gun control rough form. no matter how many shootings there are nothing has happened on gun control. i am telling you i am still looking for what that opening is going to be to get people to take immigration reform seriously. >> we went to see the president in january of this year. bob menendez -- the three of us were working hard. bob menendez got it across the finish line. we sat there and thought, what should we do? don't introduce the bill. go to las vegas. don't use it as a bully pulpit but as a spotlight. are you kidding? you have the the living daylights out of me saying i have not done enough for four years. subtleen't been too about your complaints either. you know deportations are not subtle. they break up and destroy families, but i have to give him credit. he was instrumental. he took our advice. he has worked quietly behind the scenes to make it happened because he understands it is a careful crafting of republicans and democrats. i have had my issue on immigr
Oct 9, 2013 7:00am PDT
, but eight members of congress got arrested yesterday over immigration, all democrats. they were among 200 people picked up by police during a massive immigration rally in washington. the arrests happened after they blocked a main street. the message pretty simple, it's time to pass an immigration bill. >> it is in keeping with our long history as a nation of immigrants that we want a vote in the house of representatives on comprehensive immigration reform, and we want it now. >> i want to bring in the a democratic strategist and joe watkins. hey, guys, good morning. >> good morning. >> how are you, chris. >> we know there was a lot of frustration about immigration, but now, i don't know, chris, doing this in the middle of this fight, you know, over the debt ceiling and of course the government shutdown, will it matter? >> i mean i think it's important to kind of keep up the pressure. i think a lot of people are disappointed that they thought this was the one issue that could have surprisingly or miraculously brought both sides together. but i think some of the same divisions that you're s
Oct 10, 2013 7:00am EDT
, geneva. >> a big shakeup of britain by the immigration laws is to be spelled out later on today. the government plans to prevent migrants from using public services to which they are not entitled. such as the national health service. amid public concern about the abuse of the immigration system, there will also be stricter controls on opening bank accounts and accommodation. tom simons reports. >> the government has made no secret of its desire in his own words to crack down on illegal immigration. when the summer, a series of controversial operations resulted in the removal of those alleged not to have permission to be in britain. part of today's announcement will focus on making it less attractive to come here in the first place. focused on thens everyday services needed to live in the u k thomas such as health care. those with temporary visas will have to pay a contribution. a bank account that banks will have to check immigration records before opening one. driving license, again, will depend on immigration status. as will accommodation. landlord will be required to make the
Al Jazeera America
Oct 12, 2013 9:00pm EDT
. immigration 4.3 million people are waiting years for a family sponsored vises i visa. most are living here with no jobs, and no papers and no country. >> this old motor home is all that 33-year-old alberto has to call a home. he spends most of his time alone in his camper. alberto asks that we not use his last name for fear of deportation. he like 11 million other immigrants is in this country illegally. >> it's hard. because you know everybody we need opportunity. and we need to have a future. >> alberto like his sister before him snuck across the border from te tijuana. he was 12 years old and made the journey alone with no money in his pocket. only a phone number and a gomrem of a better life. >> did you tell your sister you were planning to cross the border and come into america? >> no. no. you know when i called it was because i was here already. >> you had no idea he was coming. >> when he show up there it was a surprise for me. i get upset at the time because i say why, why are you here? i didn't know what to do and i had to pay $250 to the coyote. >> did you think about sending him
Oct 8, 2013 7:00pm PDT
on immigration policy. how to prevent such tragedies and share the burden when it comes to economic, migrants, and political asylum seekers. from guests, we ask if it could be europe to the rescue in the debate. we also have our media watch segments, plenty to say in the italian newspapers on the disaster with olivia salazar wins beer. we begin in the newsroom. >> european interior ministers gather in luxembourg to discover asylum seekers. italy has reportedly called for more assistance from the eu. as losses mount, alcatel lucent announce jobs will go including about 900 in france. they will try to limit the impact of their restructuring planned. barack obama and house speaker john boehner discussed the budget impasse as the u.s. government shutdown enters its second week. we go live to washington in a moment. first to the u.s. where barack obama is due to address reporters in about an hour. a budget deadlock forced the closure of nonessential services. both sides say they just restated the existing bargaining positions. for now, let's go to our correspondent in washington, philip. they are
Oct 9, 2013 7:00pm PDT
the red -- to the left to the national front. mainstream conservatives attacking the right after the anti-immigration garnered 16% in the election. they are now threatening to sue those who call her far right. it is not just france. belgium, italy, and austria have had anti-immigrant parties in the past years. the mainstream right is losing the argument. today, the call of the far right, and joining us from bath, aurÉlien mondon author of "the mainstreaming of the extreme right in france and australia ." mark deen and mathieu doiret, director of polling at ipsos, the conservative party. they have so far declined our invitation to take part in this discussion. you can join the conversation on facebook and on twitter. f24debate. seven months from european parliament, just to put in perspective. a new poll has one in four voters picking the national front for european elections. mathieu doiret, that poll puts the national front of 24% ahead of the mainstream conservative party. the socialists 19%. is that what you have been finding as you track the run up to those elections? >> it is probably a little
Oct 13, 2013 10:00am PDT
sacrificed a lot. particularly when it comes to immigration, a lot of families have sacrificed a lot to come to this country to create the opportunity for their children to get a better quality of life and better education, and we are there to create the support systems for. getting parents involved, not just in their kids' futures but creating the network of parents looking out for each finding finding ways. we have been training a network of parents helping people learn english, doing zumba classes and other things to get people as a network of a community. even if you have come thousands of miles to another place -- >> so you're saying it's worth it, to build that community. we need to take a short break. we'll be back, of course, with our hispanic roundtable on "beyond the headlines." we'll be back. too small. too soft. too tasty. [ both laugh ] [ male announcer ] introducing progresso's new creamy alfredo soup. inspired by perfection. [ female announcer ] at 100 calories, not all food choices add up. some are giant. some not so giant. when managing your weight, bigger is always better.
Al Jazeera America
Oct 8, 2013 1:00pm EDT
of president obama's second term priorities was immigration reform. 4 million people waiting for green cards in washington waiting for them trying to fix the immigration system. some live outside of the country but most live here. they find the themselves in a country hoping and waiting for paper. >> it's been more than 12 years and alberto who asked that we intnot use his last name for fer of deportation is waiting for his green card. his sister alma filed a family sponsored petition on his behalf. >> i feel sad because it's been so long. we are waiting and waiting and no answer. >> alberto walks with prosthetics. he lost bowe both legs due to diabetes. he hopes to work in an aut autoy shop. >> do you hope to work again in mexico. >> in mexico it's going to be hard. the million of undocumented immigrants are essentially stuck. they can't move forward with their new life here. but at the same time they are unwilling to return to the homeland. >> iin our home country we are not xemed we ar excepted. >> those that are undocdocumentd know if they leave the united states they won't be allowed ba
Oct 8, 2013 6:00pm EDT
shutdown. >> i'm kristin fisher on capitol hill where several immigration reform activists were just arrested, including five members of congress. >> in a self-proclaimed act of civil disobedience. charlie was one of the first to be arrested by u.s. capitol police. he was joined by 200 others who sat down in the middle of first street and refused to move. their goal, to get congress to act now on immigration reform. they want a clear path to citizenship, the nation's 12 million undocumented immigrants. >> we are tired of waiting. we are tired of excuses. and we are escalating. >> earlier, thousands of people filled the national mall for the march for immigration reform. these two sisters had this message from members of congress. >> this is about families being separated and kept separated every single day. and so that should be their main focus of why they should pass immigration reform to keep families together. it is inhumane. >> in washington, kristin fisher, wusa9. >> if you had to be outside, i guess today was not a bad day to be out there. whether you were protesting or
Oct 8, 2013 6:00pm EDT
demonstrating for immigration reform. they are on the national mall before they moved to the u.s. capitol. >>> furloughed workers are forced to sacrifice. will is a perk still available to members of congress. el salvador for this report. >>> a lot of their staffers are furloughed and tours are canceled but some members of congress are still enjoying one private work perk. the news4's i-team scott mack farland joins us with local reaction. >> reporter: the u.s. house members only private gym is still open. even though leaders publicly announced last wednesday that it was to be closed. house staffers tipped us off and we brought our cameras outside the front doors this afternoon and watched a parade of house members walk in and out. cameras aren't allowed inside. the i-team told us there is more than just fitness equipment in there, a basketball court and pool. it is called a creature comfort inappropriate at a time of mass furloughs. it is a comfort at a time so many people are not comfortable. >> it is not a comfort for me. you know. i'm -- at my age, it is not particularly -- all i do
Oct 14, 2013 11:00am PDT
and threatening a repeat of friday, when activists chained themselves to buses to stop undocumented immigrants from being deported. as we await the meeting between the president and vice president and congressional leaders over the latest fiscal standoff, i'm going to talk to senator whitehouse and a a historian who wrote a book about the shutdown 17 years ago. you can join the conversation on twi twitter, at newsnation, one word. when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. you really love, what would you do?" ♪ [ woman ] i'd be a writer. [ man ] i'd be a baker. [ woman ] i wanna be a pie maker. [ man ] i wanna be a pilot. [ wo
Oct 10, 2013 6:00pm EDT
with the new york city police department, but it involves the federal government and the fbi. the immigration context. if you pull the camera back where you find the at the i'm the doj in the department of homeland security working with local sheriffs and police. >> you have a case against joe arpaio in arizona, the sheriff. >> who resist a federal order from a federal judge that monitors were any type of accountability. but he was created by the policies of janet napolitano. headen she was governor or -- >> i would say more the department of homeland security. it is that type of collusion she that insisted federal government officials work with local law enforcement officials. sheriff arpaio has gone off the farm, but there are too many local police departments that are working with the federal government on things like surveillance and immigration and dissent and protest. so i think part of the responsibility does come from the federal government. >> this issue of surveillance. as a former repression. is the aclu representing ed snowden? >> we are in contact with edward snowden. i can't say
Oct 7, 2013 11:00pm EDT
news at 11:00 on your side. >> an immigration rally on the mall will take place and that is happening even though other weddings areing canceled and monuments are barricaded. we follow develop months on the government shutdown. this is creating a little bit of controversy. a spokeswoman for this immigration rally said the national park service ok the rally under the first amendment rights. members of congress are expected to attend. many taxpayers are questioning why certain land marks are allowed to open. capital aeps from the stage is coming together. giving the final touches from crews working into the night for an immigration rally scheduled for tomorrow morning. >> many were approved before the shutdown occurred create >> well that is not clear, what is is the rally will be held on the heart of the national mall despite the fact it is closed. >> it is all politics. give thead hoped to kid to history lesson with a visit to d.c.. with all the museums and monuments closed my they are left looking for attractions. the part service ok the rally. he said it seems
Oct 8, 2013 4:00am EDT
county there's an accident with the tractor-trailer. >> danella, thank you. 4:28. dueling immigration rallies. tens of thousands of faith and immigration rights are joining for the march for immigration reform. several popular latino artists and members of congress will be there to pass reform. a group of local residents will hold a counter rally. that group wants jobs for american citizens, not amnesty. >>> this morning investigators are looking into an apartment fire. you can see the flames shooting out of that window. this broke out at midnight. no one was hurt. the red cross is helping people affected by the fire. >>> new details on the crash on the beltway. police identified the victim as marvin totterson of silver springs. investigators are still looking into what caused that crash. >>> it is now 4:29 this morning. we now know the identity of the man who set himself on fire on the national mall and died. he was 64-year-old john constantino from new jersey. witnesses tell news four they saw him pour gasoline on himself friday afternoon and then he was engulfed in flames. he was f
Oct 9, 2013 3:00pm PDT
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Oct 9, 2013 6:00pm EDT
-energize immigration reform.. our continuing series on the future of t.v... and alice mcdermott on her new novel... now, more on president obama's nomination of janet yellen to be chair of the federal reserve bank. the formal announcement came this afternoon. the white house event capped a prolonged, politically charged search for a successor to ben bernanke, whose second term ends in january. yellen emerged as front-runner after former treasury secretary lawrence summers withdrew from consideration. the president predicted today she will prove an exceptional choice. >> she doesn't have a crystal ball, but what she does have is a keen understanding about how markets and the economy work, not just in theory but also in the real world. and she calls it like she sees it. not surprisingly, she is held in high esteem by colleagues across the country and around the world who look to the united states, as i said, and the fed for leadership. >> woodruff: yellen is 67, and has been the fed's vice-chair since 2010. now, she stands to become one of the first women to lead any country's central bank and by far, th
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Oct 8, 2013 10:00am PDT
right now. even though it is closed because of the shut down, it is open for a immigration rally. is that fair? >> and what does elizabeth smart reveals about nine years in captivity. >> months, actually. >> dr. keith ablow will be here. really? what's wrong with trying new things? look! mommy's new vacuum! (cat screech) you feel that in your muscles? i do... drink water. it's a long story. well, not having branches let's us give you great rates and service. i'd like that. a new way to bank. a better way to save. ally bank. your money needs an ally. i have a big meeting when we land, but i am so stuffed up, i can't rest. [ male announcer ] nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? alka seltzer plus night fights your worst cold symptoms, plus has a decongestant. [ inhales deeply ] oh. what a relief it is. ienjoy plum amazins, dicedprune, you haven't tprunes.nsweet, the amazing prune. i'd put these on a salad. these would be perfect for cookies. delicious and nutritious sunsweet, the amazing prune. >> grechen is coming up. how are you do? >> doing fantast
Oct 13, 2013 5:00pm EDT
to those great world war ii veterans who defended this country, but "all to an illegal immigration rally. members of your party in any way responsible for this impasse that has led to the situation? party, theof my republican party, have introduced a series of bills to provide funding for all of these issues. harry reid and barack obama have refused to negotiate because they want to jam obamacare down our throats at any expense. my opponent is only the hollywood stand in barack obama on this ballot. this election in new jersey as a referendum on obamacare, the nsa, the irs abuse of power, the intrusion into our children's education, the destruction of our liberties. that's what's on the ballot. >> may i say one thing? listen to my opponents rhetoric. listen to his positions. it seems like he's doing more to try to run and replace rush limbaugh and then frank lautenberg. , that's the kind of rhetoric that is going to drive further gridlock and further divisiveness. we need to have leaders like myself who won't say, i won't work with anybody. please understand, governor christie and i have
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Oct 9, 2013 1:00am PDT
okays a rally for illegal immigrants on the national mall today because it's a constitutional right, they say, but it's threatening to arrest military chaplains who want to practice their religion. you are not going to believe this story. we have it coming up next. >> today washington d.c. immigration reform advocates gathered on the national mall as they were exempted from the government shutdown. what kind of agenda gets you an exclusion? >> we have no time to waste. the time is now for equality and opportunity for every immigrant to have a fair shot at the american dream. the time is now for our country to live up to the best traditions of liberty and justice for all. >> the obama administration says the participants were allowed on the mall because they were quote exercising their first amendment rights. first amendment, you guys. listen, i'm all for first amendment rights. the issue i was having -- i went there. i have a couple of pictures they may scroll. i went there and i asked people, i get the first amendment, i get the right to protest, i get that. they literally shut dow
Oct 15, 2013 5:00pm PDT
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Oct 8, 2013 5:00pm EDT
the u.s. capitol. it is all an evident to get congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform. news4's chris gordon is at that protest which followed a massive rally down on the mall today. chris? >> reporter: good evening. it is happening right now. west front of the u.s. capitol. some of the demonstrators you see behind me are sitting in the middle of 1st street, refusing to move when ordered to do so by police. they are getting arrested. all of this began hours ago at rally on the mall. the group was large, loud, and enthusiastic. families brought children to the rally on the national mall. many fear their families will be torn apart by the threat of deportation. >> my brother was born in pennsylvania. because he didn't have a license, driver's lines, he was deported. >> reporter: d.c. mayor gray spoke saying -- >> we are not going to stop until this is done, ladies and gentlemen. >> reporter: immigration advocates say they have the votes to pass immigration reform already approved by the u.s. senate but, they say, house speaker john boehner is blocking the legislation by not bringi
Oct 8, 2013 10:00pm EDT
during massive immigration rally on the national mall. at least eight members of congress were among them. lauren demarco joins us with the latest. >> shawn, the rally today aimed at getting house republicans to vote on an stalled immigration reform bill. we spoke to lawmakers and they say the event has been in the works for two months and they weren't going to let the government shutdown stop them from making a point. >> at least let the republicans do something if they're going tear down the country fiscally tear down the government do something morally right. >> new york representative charles rangel among eight members of congress released from police custody tuesday night after being arrested with 200 demonstrators during a massive immigration reform rally on the national mall. >> earlier in the day house democratic leader nancy pelosi addressed thousands. >> immigration reform will reduce our deficit by nine hundred billion dollars over the next two decades -- it's good for business. it's good for workers. it's good for families. it's good for our nation's success. >> organizers say
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Oct 8, 2013 8:00pm EDT
, protestors ral throeu rallied te immigration reform. eight democrats were arrested. 200 other protestors were arrested as well. there are more than four million people on the waiting list for family visas or green cards. some live outside the country put the majority live right here and some have been waiting more than a decade for their immigration papers. jennifer london has that story. >> it's been more than 12 years and alberto who asked that we not use their last name for fear of deportation. he's still waiting for their green card. his sister a u.s. citizen filed a family-sponsored petition on his behalf. >> it's been so long. they are waiting and waiting. >> he still dreams of working in an auto body shop but without papers he can't get a job. >> have you thought about returning home to mexico? >> it's going to be hard. the millions of undocumented immigrants in the united states who applied for papers are stuck. they can't move forward with their new life here but at the same time they are unwilling to return to their homeland. >> in our home country or where we came from we are no lo
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Oct 10, 2013 10:00pm EDT
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Oct 13, 2013 7:00pm EDT
you led change over the years? >> it's realistic. we had more immigrants in from the middle east. more immigrants in from asia. more immigrants of course historically, more guatamalans. we have the second largest mexican population. very proud of. and of course we have many from guatemala. so it became -- it always was an immigrant city. we always respected immigrants. >> but more so in those 22 years. >> in 22 years. and also people changed. technology changed everyone. >> i want to ask you about that. you really straddled in your merrillty the technological revolution. when you came in as mayor in '89, you could run the city the way that you always ran it, the way your dad ran it, largely under cover of darkness. the transparency on the issue workings of government is not what it is today. today you have mayors communicating directly with their constituents, corey booker promising on twitter to rescue babies from burning buildings. >> i don't do that. i like to meet people. >> but the obligations, though, mr. mayor, the obligations of local government are ever more so connected to in
Oct 9, 2013 4:25am EDT
and another group. >> here in the district a massive rally for immigration reform puts nearly 200 people in handcuffs including in several congressman.ra >> thel rally on the national mall aimed at getting republicans to vote on a stalled bill.. organizers weren't going to to let the shutdown stop them from proving a point. >> at least let the republicans do something, if if they're going to tear downr the country fiscally, tear down the do something morally right. >> reporter: new york representative charles wrankle among eight members of congress released fromased police custody after being arrested along with 200 demonstrators during a massive immigration reform rally on the national mall.. earlier in the house house democratic leader addressed the thousands.e >> immigration reform will reduce our deficit by $900 billion over the next two decades. it's good for business it's good for workers and it's good for families. it's good for our nation's success. >> reporter: organizers say a bill passed by the senate has enough vote. they're demanding g.o.p..p. leaders call the
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